Series Trouble | I’ve Started, Should I Finish? | Heroes of Olympus

I’m a writer, but I’m also a reader, and it has recently dawned on me that I have a series problem. I love reading books that are part of a series, so whenever a new one catches my eye, l’m up for it.

That’s where my problem starts. I’ve realised that I’m part way through so many series that I need to sit down and do some soul-searching about which ones I should continue to continue to ride, or should I let it slide.

So I’ve decided to do a series (oh that’s ironic) of posts to share my impressions (from when I read the books) of some series that I’ve started. I’d really appreciate some feedback and advice from all of you on what to do.  Should I … RIDE or SLIDE


IMG_1167The Lost Hero (Book #1)

Read in July 2013

See my original review in full here.

In a nutshell: This is a great start to another series. I’m already engaged with the characters and I’m keen to see what they get up to next. I recommend this book to anyone who loves adventure laced with the magic of mythology and modern-day settings.

 IMG_1166The Son of Neptune (Book #2)

Read in July 2014

See my original review in full here.

In a nutshell: It’s another cool PJ tale, which was hard for me to initially get into, but once I did, I enjoyed the read. It’s a no brainer that it will appeal to fans of Percy Jackson.

The books I haven’t read in this series.

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With 3 books to go, what should I do?


2 responses to “Series Trouble | I’ve Started, Should I Finish? | Heroes of Olympus”

  1. My son loves Rick Riordan. I don’t think you’ll be disappointed!


    1. Thanks, Lisa. I’m a fan too, just having that series problem. Hoping to prioritize 😄

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